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Photo Location: Monument Valley, Utah 
Posted By: Bob Harris, 08-21-2014, 09:52 PM

On the road again the song goes, here is a photo from the windshield of our motorhome in our campground at Monument Valley. Looking for some good weather tomorrow to explore the area.

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08-22-2014, 07:25 AM   #2
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Nice view there, Bob.
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Beautiful view, especially one you can photograph so well from the drivers seat, shooting through the windshield! Quite a panaroma.

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Nice view Bob. Lots of sites and scenes to shoot there. Enjoy your stay.

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nicely done. Dunno if that building is in a danger zone for falling rocks - looks so to me.
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Wow that's a stunning prospect, hope you get the weather you need.
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QuoteOriginally posted by TonyTurley Quote
Nice view there, Bob.
That's what we thought Tony, a nice place to kick back and enjoy the view here.

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Beautiful view, especially one you can photograph so well from the drivers seat, shooting through the windshield! Quite a panaroma.

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and the views get even better once you get down into the valley, Monument Valley is a must visit.

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QuoteOriginally posted by wtlwdwgn Quote
Nice view Bob. Lots of sites and scenes to shoot there. Enjoy your stay.
We've visited here several times over the years Steve and it seems to get better each time, very unique to say the least.

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QuoteOriginally posted by wtlwdwgn Quote
Nice view Bob. Lots of sites and scenes to shoot there. Enjoy your stay.
We've visited here several times over the years Steve and it seems to get better each time, very unique to say the least.

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nicely done. Dunno if that building is in a danger zone for falling rocks - looks so to me.
I'm with you, seems like this sandstone could give way easily and that would take care of the building for sure.

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Wow that's a stunning prospect, hope you get the weather you need.
the weather did improve but we still got some rain and wind, can't complain though because we got some great shots here. Thanks for viewing.

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Wow that's a stunning prospect, hope you get the weather you need.
the weather did improve but we still got some rain and wind, can't complain though because we got some great shots here. Thanks for viewing.
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